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[iPPV Results] DGUSA Heat 2013

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Dragon Gate USA concluded its busy weekend yesterday afternoon with Heat 2013, the last of three shows during Royal Rumble weekend. Here are the results of the iPPV courtesy of PWPonderings.

  1. Rich Swann pinned Arik Cannon with the standing 450 splash.
  2. Jon Davis beat Drake Younger by knockout after a knee and a series strikes.
  3. Chuck Taylor pinned EITA with the Awful Waffle.
  4. Johnny Gargano (c) defeated Brian Kendrick by submission with the Garga-NO Escape to retain the Open the Freedom Gate Title.
  5. Samuray Del Sol pinned Ryo Saito.
  6. Sami Callihan defeated Jimmy Susumu by submission with the Stretch Muffler.
  7. AR Fox & Akira Tozawa defeated The Young Bucks.

DGUSA Heat 2013 is available for On-Demand viewing on WWNLive.

[DGUSA News] ‘Heat 2013’ Lineup

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Dragon Gate USA concludes its busy weekend with Heat 2013, a matinee event live from Huntington Park, CA. For those of you wondering if it’ll conflict with tonight’s Royal Rumble you have nothing to worry about. Here’s the lineup for the show which will air live on WWNLive.

  • Main Event: AR Fox & Akira Tozawa Vs. The Young Bucks (Matt Jackson & Nick Jackson)
  • Jimmy Susumu Vs. Sami Callihan
  • Samuray Del Sol Vs. Ryo Saito
  • Chuck Taylor Vs. EITA
  • Johnny Gargano (c) Vs. Brian Kendrick for the Open the Freedom Gate Title
  • Jon Davis Vs. Drake Younger
  • Rich Swann Vs. Arik Cannon

The show takes place at 1PM Pacific Time and you can order the event on WWNLive.

[iPPV Quick Recap] DGUSA Revolt! 2013

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The second of the three Dragon Gate USA events this weekend has concluded and it was definitely well worth the money. Click “read more” for a quick recap breakdown of the events, plus my own thoughts on the matches and the overall presentation.

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[DGUSA News] ‘Revolt! 2013’ Lineup

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Dragon Gate USA rolls on with their big triple-shot weekend as Revolt! 2013 comes at you tonight live on iPPV over at WWNLive. Here is the announced lineup for the show:

  • Main Event: Johnny Gargano (c) Vs. Jon Davis in a “No Ropes Match” for the Open the Freedom Gate Title
  • Jimmy Susumu & Ryo Saito Vs. The Young Bucks (Matt Jackson & Nick Jackson)
  • AR Fox Vs. Samuray Del Sol
  • Akira Tozawa Vs. Sami Callihan
  • Rich Swann Vs. EITA
  • Brian Cage Vs. Drake Younger Vs. Johnny Yuma Vs. Johnny Goodtime Vs. Ray Rosas Vs. ??? (rep from Brian Kendrick’s wrestling academy) in a “California FRAY Match” [two men enter, a new man enters every two minutes, eliminations occur from pinfall, submission, or DQ]

Brian Kendrick, Chuck Taylor, and Arik Cannon will also be in attendance though their involvement has not be announced at this time. DGUSA Revolt! 2013 starts at 8PM Pacific Time, and you can go to WWNLive to order the show. I will be watching live but am unsure if I’ll recap it or not. Either way check back for results as the show goes on.

[Event Results] PWG Battle of Los Angeles 2012 (Night 2)

Night 2 of PWG’s annual Battle of Los Angeles tournament has concluded and here are the results courtesy of PWG’s Twitter feed.

  • [BOLA Quarterfinals] Sami Callihan defeated TJ Perkins
  • [BOLA Quarterfinals] Adam Cole defeated Eddie Edwards
  • [BOLA Quarterfinals] Michael Elgin defeated Brian Cage
  • [BOLA Quarterfinals] Ricochet defeated Roderick Strong
  • Willie Mack/Drake Younger/B-Boy defeated Team Sleeze (Joey Ryan/Davey Richards/Kyle O’Reilly)
  • [BOLA Semi-Finals] Adam Cole defeated Sami Callihan
  • [BOLA Semi-Finals] Michael Elgin defeated Ricochet
  • Rick Knox/Kevin Steen/El Generico defeated Brian Cage and The Young Bucks (Matt Jackson/Nick Jackson)
  • [BOLA Finals] Adam Cole defeated Michael Elgin

So it’s official: Adam Cole is the 2012 Battle of Los Angeles winner. He’s having quite a year on the independent circuit. I will be monitoring the PWG website from here on out to make sure I grab a DVD of this event; every single match sounds worthy of watching. And congrats to Cole for winning!

For more information on PWG (Pro Wrestling Guerrilla), visit their official website.

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[Event Results] PWG Battle of Los Angeles 2012 (Night 1)

Night 1 of PWG’s annual Battle of Los Angeles tournament has concluded, and 8 wrestlers have won the right to make it to Night 2. The results of the event (taken from PWG’s official Twitter account) are as follows:

  • TJ Perkins defeated Joey Ryan
  • Roderick Strong defeated Drake Younger
  • Eddie Edwards defeated Kyle O’Reilly
  • Brian Cage defeated B-Boy
  • Ricochet defeated [PWG Heavyweight Champion] Kevin Steen
  • Sami Callihan defeated Willie Mack
  • Adam Cole defeated El Generico
  • Main Event: Michael Elgin defeated Davey Richards

Perkins, Strong, Edwards, Cage, Ricochet, Callihan, Cole, and Elgin all go on to Night 2 where a winner of the tournament will be crowned. Night 2 takes place later tonight so expect more results to be posted then. Although I haven’t seen it yet, I’m already ready to pre-order the DVD of this event.

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[Indy Wrestling News] Lineup for Tonight’s PWG Event ‘Battle of Los Angeles: Stage 1’

Pro Wrestling Guerrilla’s annual tournament “Battle of Los Angeles” begins tonight at the American Legion in Resada, California. Here is the current match lineup for the first night of the tournament, known as “Stage 1”:

  • El Generico Vs. Adam Cole
  • Davey Richards Vs. Michael Elgin
  • Ricochet Vs. Kevin Steen
  • Eddie Edwards Vs. Kyle O’Reilly
  • Willie Mack Vs. Sami Callahan
  • TJ Perkins Vs. Joey Ryan
  • B-Boy Vs. Brian Cage
  • Drake Younger Vs. Roderick Strong

The winners will advance to “Stage 2” tomorrow which will be held at the same location and will also feature non-tournament matches. PWG is one of the most beloved independent promotions in the country and judging by how excellent this lineup looks, I’m starting to understand why (my previous experience with PWG came from watching highlight videos/matches of The Human Tornado many moons ago). I will be posting results later on, so check back to the site to see who won.

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